Sep. 17 – 21

Monday: Benchmark Percents, Fractions, and Decimals – HW is Simplifying Fractions

Tuesday: Decimals to Fractions – HW

Wednesday (Picture Day): Fractions to Decimals – HW

Thursday: Fractions to Decimals and Repeating & Terminating Decimals – HW

Friday: Classifying Rational Numbers – (for extra practice play this online game) – HW


Sep. 10 – 14

Monday: Test Corrections and Notes – Homework is to Complete the Classifying Rational Numbers Notes & Integers and Absolute Value Notes, finish Test corrections if failed Test, and correct any failing daily grades (which were passed back today).

Tuesday: Integers & Absolute Value (Click here to see the completed Notes from class) – Homework is to complete the Comparing Integers Notes and do the Integers & Absolute Value HW (only the circled problems)

Wednesday: Comparing & Ordering Integers – Homework is to complete the Ordering Integers Notes and start on the Comparing and Ordering Integers Homework

Thursday: Comparing & Ordering Integers – Homework is to finish the Comparing and Ordering Integers Homework from yesterday

Friday: QUIZ over Integers, Absolute Value, Comparing Integers, and Ordering Integers.


Sep. 3 – 7

Monday: No School

Tuesday: Review Exponents, Prime Factorization, and Order of Operations using an Escape Room – HW is to complete at least half of the Problem-Solving and PEMDAS Review

Wednesday: Go over Problem-Solving and PEMDAS ReviewFinish Review

Thursday: Problem-Solving and PEMDAS TestReview due Today

Friday: Problem-Solving and PEMDAS Test Continued – Classifying Ration Numbers Notes must be completed by Monday.  They are available on google classroom and 3 sheets of paper should have been picked up in class.  

This is the link to the Classifying Rational Numbers Notes just in case. 


Aug. 27 – 31

Monday: Exponents – Exponents/Prime #s HW (due Tomorrow) & Sixth Grade Builder #2 (SB#2) (due Thursday)

Tuesday: Prime Factorization – Prime Factorization HW

Wednesday: Order of Operations – Order of Operations Maze Homework due Friday

Thursday: Universal ScreenerSB #2 due today

Friday: Finish Universal Screener – Order of Operations Maze due today


Number Puzzle Homework Explanation for Parents

The goal of the number puzzle homework is to go through the 4 steps of problem-solving.  It is okay if your child NEVER solves this puzzle.  They will only be graded on their ability to go through the 4 steps.  The purpose of this assignment is for students to learn perseverance, and it’s okay if they don’t know how to do something as long as they try!

The 4 steps of problem-solving for this assignment are due on Thursday.  Again, I want to really stress they will ONLY be graded on the 4 steps of problem-solving not on their ability to solve the puzzle.


Aug. 20 – 24

Monday: Set-Up Comp. Book/Notes & start Problem-Solving Notes – Skill Builder #1 due Wednesday

Tuesday: Questions over Skill Builder #1 and Finish Problem-Solving Notes – Number Puzzle Homework due Thursday

Wednesday: Problem-Solving Activities – Skill Builder #1 due today

Thursday: Finish Problem-Solving Activities – Number Puzzle due today

Friday: Divisibility Rules and Order of Operations Pre-Test


August 16th, 17th (First 2 days of School)

Thursday – Collect Supplies, set up math folder, discuss classroom rules and procedures, and work on “All About Me” paper – HW is to finish the “All About Me” paper & Blog Subscription paper (due Next Friday)

Friday – Continue discussion over classroom rules and procedures, go over Math guidelines, and set up math composition notebook


Welcome Back to School!

I hope you had a wonderful summer!  I will be using this blog to keep you updated on daily assignments, projects, upcoming tests, and changes that take place each week.  If you would like to receive email reminders to notify you when I update my blog, please enter your email address into the blank to the right and click ‘subscribe.’  If you subscribe you will automatically receive an email as soon as I update or post something new to the blog.

Here is to a great 2018-2019 school year!

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